Israeli experts are part of a team studying a South African cave thought to be the earliest example of a place used for cooking and maybe socializing.
USAID awards a three-year grant to a Bedouin professor’s peace-building project between Israeli and Palestinian human-services providers.
There’s nothing else quite like Jerusalem’s Yad Hamoreh, where children with severe to moderate autism are integrated into a mainstream public school.
Teenagers from a Bedouin community challenge norms with their unique take on a comic masterpiece.
DogTV, a new Israeli production, is being test-marketed on pets in San Diego ahead of a US rollout by Time Warner and Cox Communications.
Filmmaker Amit Shalev is taking his family on a six-month trip to find the heart of Israel. The adventure will be shared via Facebook.
Can a Facebook dialogue defuse the threat of nuclear war? Tel Aviv dad Ronny Edry thinks it’s worth a try.
The new African nation of South Sudan welcomes Israeli experts on gender violence to come and train local social workers.
A proposed cross-border ecological park on the banks of the troubled Kishon River could repair more than the polluted water.
Girl power is on the rise at Israeli companies, as women take top posts in some of the largest and most influential institutions in the country.